9377 Fieldbus Barrier Module MTL Fieldbus Networks Instruction sheet

9377 Fieldbus Barrier Module MTL Fieldbus Networks Instruction sheet
DRAFT - 28 July 2014
Instruction sheet
MTL Fieldbus Networks
DRAFT - 28 July 2014
Instruction sheet
July 2014
INS9377 3 280714
MTL Fieldbus Networks
9377
9377
Fieldbus Barrier Module
Fieldbus Barrier Module
Introduction
Carrier Information label
Introduction
Carrier Information label
The 9377-FB-R Fieldbus Barrier module is the main active component
in the 9370-FB Series Fieldbus Barrier System for Founda tion ™
fieldbus networks and provides six intrinsically safe fieldbus spurs
from a single incoming trunk.
An adhesive label entitled “FB CARRIER INFORMATION” is
enclosed with this module. This label must be affixed to the
module carrier in the location shown below. If a certification
label already exists on the module carrier in this location, then
the enclosed label may be discarded.
The 9377-FB-R Fieldbus Barrier module is the main active component
in the 9370-FB Series Fieldbus Barrier System for Founda tion ™
fieldbus networks and provides six intrinsically safe fieldbus spurs
from a single incoming trunk.
An adhesive label entitled “FB CARRIER INFORMATION” is
enclosed with this module. This label must be affixed to the
module carrier in the location shown below. If a certification
label already exists on the module carrier in this location, then
the enclosed label may be discarded.
See the 9370-FB technical datasheet for full product details.
See the 9370-FB technical datasheet for full product details.
The 9377-FB-R Fieldbus Barrier module may be fitted or removed
without the need to isolate trunk power. The trunk connections
to the barrier module on the carrier have spark suppression by
design and cannot cause ignition while they are being connected
or disconnected.
The 9377-FB-R Fieldbus Barrier module may be fitted or removed
without the need to isolate trunk power. The trunk connections
to the barrier module on the carrier have spark suppression by
design and cannot cause ignition while they are being connected
or disconnected.
The 9377-FB-R module may be installed or removed
without isolating the trunk power.
The 9377-FB-R module may be installed or removed
without isolating the trunk power.
READ SAFETY INFORMATION OVERLEAF
READ SAFETY INFORMATION OVERLEAF
Compatibility
Compatibility
The 9377-FB-R module may be used as a direct replacement for
type 9377-FB in all 937x-FB-xx-xx series (enclosure) and 938x-FBxx series (open frame) Fieldbus Barrier systems.
The 9377-FB-R module may be used as a direct replacement for
type 9377-FB in all 937x-FB-xx-xx series (enclosure) and 938x-FBxx series (open frame) Fieldbus Barrier systems.
Installing a module
Installing a module
Remove the module from any packaging provided.
Do not use, or attempt to repair, a module that has any of the
pins on its underside bent or damaged, because this might affect
its safety and invalidate the certification.
Remove the module from any packaging provided.
Do not use, or attempt to repair, a module that has any of the
pins on its underside bent or damaged, because this might affect
its safety and invalidate the certification.
•
Engage the two locating guides (A) on the underside of the
9377-FB-R Fieldbus Barrier module into the sockets provided
on the carrier and push the module into place, locating the
barrier loop over the retaining clip (B).
•
Engage the two locating guides (A) on the underside of the
9377-FB-R Fieldbus Barrier module into the sockets provided
on the carrier and push the module into place, locating the
barrier loop over the retaining clip (B).
•
Three spring-loaded fixing screws (C) are provided. Start each
one in its threaded hole on the carrier and then tighten them on
each side and at the top of the module (recommended torque
of 0.9Nm) to secure the module.
•
Three spring-loaded fixing screws (C) are provided. Start each
one in its threaded hole on the carrier and then tighten them on
each side and at the top of the module (recommended torque
of 0.9Nm) to secure the module.
Removing a module
Removing a module
Removal is a two-step process that first breaks the electrical
connection, followed by the physical removal of the module from
the carrier.
Removal is a two-step process that first breaks the electrical
connection, followed by the physical removal of the module from
the carrier.
Installing 9377-FB-R barrier
•
Loosen the three captive fixing screws (C) on the module to
release it. The screws are spring-loaded and should retract
when the thread has fully disengaged.
•
Loosen the three captive fixing screws (C) on the module to
release it. The screws are spring-loaded and should retract
when the thread has fully disengaged.
•
Slowly pull the 9377-FB-R Fieldbus Barrier module away from
its connections on the carrier until the safety retaining clip (B)
stops further removal.
•
Slowly pull the 9377-FB-R Fieldbus Barrier module away from
its connections on the carrier until the safety retaining clip (B)
stops further removal.
Press the clip towards the module - see removal diagram - until the
barrier is released and can then be removed completely.
Measurement Technology Limited,
Great Marlings, Butterfield, Luton
Beds, LU2 8DL, UK.
Tel: + 44 (0)1582 723633 Fax: + 44 (0)1582 422283
E-mail: mtlenquiry@eaton.com
www.mtl-inst.com
Installing 9377-FB-R barrier
Press the clip towards the module - see removal diagram - until the
barrier is released and can then be removed completely.
9377-FB-R barrier removal
Measurement Technology Limited,
Great Marlings, Butterfield, Luton
Beds, LU2 8DL, UK.
Tel: + 44 (0)1582 723633 Fax: + 44 (0)1582 422283
E-mail: mtlenquiry@eaton.com
www.mtl-inst.com
© 2014 MTL
All Rights Reserved
Publication No. INS9377 3 280714
July 2014
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July 2014
INS9377 3 280714
© 2014 MTL
All Rights Reserved
Publication No. INS9377 3 280714
July 2014
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9377-FB-R barrier removal
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Fieldbus Barrier Module
Fieldbus Barrier Module
July 2014
July 2014
ATEX and IECEx Safety Instructions for 9377-FB-R
Fieldbus Barrier Module
The following information is in accordance with the
Essential Health and Safety Requirements (Annex II) of the
EU Directive 94/9/EC [the ATEX Directive - safety of
apparatus] and is provided for those locations where
such requirements are applicable.
General
a) This module must only be installed, operated
and maintained by competent personnel. Such
personnel shall have undergone training, which
included instruction on the various types of
protection and installation practices, the relevant
rules and regulations, and on the general principles
of area classification. Appropriate refresher training
shall be given on a regular basis. [See clause 4.2 of
EN 60079-17].
b) This module has been designed to provide
protection against all the relevant additional hazards
referred to in Annex II of the directive, such as
those in clause 1.2.7.
c) This equipment has been designed to meet the
requirements of EN 60079-0, EN 60079-1, EN
60079-7, EN 60079-11, EN 60079-18 and EN
60079-25.
Installation
a) The installation must comply with the appropriate
European, national and local regulations, which
may include reference to the IEC code of practice
IEC 60079-14. In addition, particular industries
or end users may have specific requirements
relating to the safety of their installations and these
requirements should also be met. For the majority
of installations the Directive 1999/92/EC [the ATEX
Directive - safety of installations] is also applicable.
b) This module can be mounted in a Safe area or a
Zone 2 or Zone 1 hazardous area. When mounted
in a Zone 2 or Zone 1 location the module must
be provided with an enclosure, which offers an
additional degree of protection appropriate to the
area classification.
Unless already protected by design, this module must be
protected by a suitable enclosure against:
i) ii) 2
The following information is in accordance with the
Essential Health and Safety Requirements (Annex II) of the
EU Directive 94/9/EC [the ATEX Directive - safety of
apparatus] and is provided for those locations where
such requirements are applicable.
Schedule of Limitations
1) The 9377-FB-R Fieldbus Barrier must plug
into equipment that uses the mating part
of the connector covered by certificates
IECExTUN09.0014U and TUV09ATEX555354U.
2) The component must be housed in an
appropriatedly certified enclosure when used in
hazardous areas. When used in safe areas, the
enclosure must provide ingress protection of at
least IP20.
3) The component is intended to meet the
requirements for temperature class T4 when used
within its certified temperature range.
4) The air temperature inside the external enclosure
around the component must not exeed +75°C
during normal operation.
5) The component shall only be powered from
supplies conforming to IEC 61158.
General
a) This module must only be installed, operated
and maintained by competent personnel. Such
personnel shall have undergone training, which
included instruction on the various types of
protection and installation practices, the relevant
rules and regulations, and on the general principles
of area classification. Appropriate refresher training
shall be given on a regular basis. [See clause 4.2 of
EN 60079-17].
b) This module has been designed to provide
protection against all the relevant additional hazards
referred to in Annex II of the directive, such as
those in clause 1.2.7.
c) This equipment has been designed to meet the
requirements of EN 60079-0, EN 60079-1, EN
60079-7, EN 60079-11, EN 60079-18 and EN
60079-25.
Inspection and maintenance
a) Inspection and maintenance should be carried out
in accordance with European, national and local
regulations which may refer to the IEC standard
IEC 60079-17. In addition specific industries or end
users may have specific requirements which should
also be met.
Installation
a) The installation must comply with the appropriate
European, national and local regulations, which
may include reference to the IEC code of practice
IEC 60079-14. In addition, particular industries
or end users may have specific requirements
relating to the safety of their installations and these
requirements should also be met. For the majority
of installations the Directive 1999/92/EC [the ATEX
Directive - safety of installations] is also applicable.
b) This module can be mounted in a Safe area or a
Zone 2 or Zone 1 hazardous area. When mounted
in a Zone 2 or Zone 1 location the module must
be provided with an enclosure, which offers an
additional degree of protection appropriate to the
area classification.
Unless already protected by design, this module must be
protected by a suitable enclosure against:
Repair
This module cannot be repaired by the user and must
be replaced with an equivalent certified product.
Measurement Technology Limited,
Great Marlings, Butterfield, Luton
Beds, LU2 8DL, UK.
Tel: + 44 (0)1582 723633 Fax: + 44 (0)1582 422283
E-mail: mtlenquiry@eaton.com
www.mtl-inst.com
© 2014 MTL
All Rights Reserved
Publication No. INS INS9377 3 280714
July 2014
ATEX and IECEx Safety Instructions for 9377-FB-R
Fieldbus Barrier Module
mechanical and thermal stresses in excess of those noted in the certification documentation and the product specification
aggressive substances, excessive dust, moisture and other contaminants.
Read also the Schedule of Limitations (below) for any additional or more specific information.
EUROPE (EMEA):
+44 (0)1582 723633
mtlenquiry@eaton.com
THE AMERICAS:
i) ii) Schedule of Limitations
1) The 9377-FB-R Fieldbus Barrier must plug
into equipment that uses the mating part
of the connector covered by certificates
IECExTUN09.0014U and TUV09ATEX555354U.
2) The component must be housed in an
appropriatedly certified enclosure when used in
hazardous areas. When used in safe areas, the
enclosure must provide ingress protection of at
least IP20.
3) The component is intended to meet the
requirements for temperature class T4 when used
within its certified temperature range.
4) The air temperature inside the external enclosure
around the component must not exeed +75°C
during normal operation.
5) The component shall only be powered from
supplies conforming to IEC 61158.
Inspection and maintenance
a) Inspection and maintenance should be carried out
in accordance with European, national and local
regulations which may refer to the IEC standard
IEC 60079-17. In addition specific industries or end
users may have specific requirements which should
also be met.
Repair
This module cannot be repaired by the user and must
be replaced with an equivalent certified product.
Measurement Technology Limited,
Great Marlings, Butterfield, Luton
Beds, LU2 8DL, UK.
Tel: + 44 (0)1582 723633 Fax: + 44 (0)1582 422283
E-mail: mtlenquiry@eaton.com
www.mtl-inst.com
The given data is only intended as a product
description and should not be regarded as a legal
warranty of properties or guarantee. In the interest
of further technical developments, we reserve the
right to make design changes.
+1 800 835 7075
mtl-us-info@eaton.com
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All Rights Reserved
Publication No. INS INS9377 3 280714
July 2014
ASIA-PACIFIC:
+65 6 645 9888
sales.mtlsing@eaton.com
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mechanical and thermal stresses in excess of those noted in the certification documentation and the product specification
aggressive substances, excessive dust, moisture and other contaminants.
Read also the Schedule of Limitations (below) for any additional or more specific information.
EUROPE (EMEA):
+44 (0)1582 723633
mtlenquiry@eaton.com
THE AMERICAS:
+1 800 835 7075
mtl-us-info@eaton.com
ASIA-PACIFIC:
+65 6 645 9888
sales.mtlsing@eaton.com
The given data is only intended as a product
description and should not be regarded as a legal
warranty of properties or guarantee. In the interest
of further technical developments, we reserve the
right to make design changes.
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